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the most compelling persuasive and winning argument against the death penalty. second, technology can provide help. the wonders of dna testing are beginning to be visible. technology is neutral. it convicts and finds innocent. we must make it a regularized part of the system. giving defendants access to dna testing and evidence whenever it might be relevant. as the case of the west memphis three make so clear coerced interrogations continue to be the bane of fair trials. but even here there is an answer. as one who was a prosecutor for many years, i can tell you that having a tape recording of interrogations would help everybody, and it would make clear if there had been improper pressure e earthed on the defendant or witness and it would also protect the interrogating officer from the false claims much sufficient pressure that had been brought to bear. the audio or video would make clear what had actually been said, again eliminating so many of the arguments on both sides. the cost of recording interrogation is too insignificant to worry about. every cell phone just about has the cap
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